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Ben’s job responsibilities include ordering in supplies, tracking inventory, managing waitstaff, and greeting guests. What does Ben do?

A) warehouse manager
B)restaurant manager
C)hotel manager
D)shipping company manager

Is it B?

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  1. Yes, B.

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